Studying law abroad can help one obtain global relevancy and exposure to the particularities of systems that can be beneficial for many aspiring legal professionals. Commercial law, for example, typically requires working with large global corporations, so if you plan on entering this realm of law then exposure to foreign legal systems can be very beneficial.
International criminal law and human rights law are also areas of study well supported by study abroad programs. These branches of law operate overseas and so by their inherent nature make good opportunities for time spent studying abroad
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